Community_Standards_Codes

Community_Standards_Codes - RESIDENCE LIFE CODES Sanction...

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Updated August 2007 RESIDENCE LIFE CODES Sanction legend: VW – Verbal Warning LC – Letter of Concern CR – Contract Review CT – Contract Termination
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1 01. PHYSICAL ABUSE/ENDANGERMENT 01. Physically harming or threatening to harm any person, intentionally or recklessly causing harm to any person or reasonable apprehension of such harm or creating a condition that endangers the health and safety of self or others. Such misconduct can include behavior during a riot or public disturbance (Policy Statement 8). CHARGE CODE VIOLATION EDUCATIONAL ASSIGNMENT RANGE OF SANCTION 01.01 PUSHING/SHOVING WITH NO INJURY Reaction paper on alternatives to violence in conflict resolution Attend conflict resolution workshop Mediation Minor - Pushing or shoving started by mutual consent where participants are equally involved and no injury results. For incidents resulting in minor altercations and/or disruptions. CR (can give LC with educational sanction as well) Moderate - Altercations and/or disruptions of a more aggressive nature (Consult with AC/AD). CR to CT Consideration may be given to room reassignment and/or an administrative directive. 01.06 ATTEMPTS TO CAUSE FEAR OF HARM Refer to CAPS to discuss alternatives to violence, managing emotions Conflict resolution with victim if appropriate Making gestures that may be perceived to be threatening. Deliberately brushing or bumping someone. Throwing objects at someone else. Walking or not moving so as to force someone to have to alter his/her course (Consult with AC/AD). CR to CT Consideration may be given to room reassignment and/or an administrative directive. 01.07 DIRECT THREAT OF HARM Refer to CAPS to discuss alternatives to violence, managing emotions Conflict resolution with victim if appropriate Minor - Violations where a threat is made but it is clear no intent or means to carry it out exists. CR (can give LC with educational sanction as well) Moderate – Verbal threats with the intent to intimidate. Written (notes, message boards, etc.) or computer messages with the intent to intimidate are also appropriate for this category. Examples of intimidating messages include “I’ll kill you,” “Watch your back,” “I’m going to get you,” etc. Threats such as these which occur more than once constitute harassment (Consult with AC/AD). CR to CT Consideration may be given to room reassignment and/or an administrative directive.
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2 01.08 INTENTIONAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR CREATING A CONDITION THAT ENDANGERS Intentional responsibility implies that the person engaged in conduct while being aware that such conduct would create a condition which creates a substantial and unjustifiable risk of injury. Dropping or tossing objects from a balcony. Deliberately placing water or snow in an unauthorized area.
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This note was uploaded on 05/29/2008 for the course CN ED 302 taught by Professor Rautzhan,jenlpalovich-scott,ta during the Spring '08 term at Penn State.

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